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Thread: Motherboard preperation and installation using a LN2/DI unit the clean and easy way

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    I killed a Asrock evtreme4 with liquid electrical tape, boo...
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    how did it kill your board? very interesting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondacity View Post
    vaseline + a general purpose brush + heatgun, heat it so it covers the hidden areas, you only need to do the socket area..
    Thanks mate, its running now , it was my good cpu that died .... I will test a new 2700K this evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by batlecryawesome View Post
    I killed a Asrock evtreme4 with liquid electrical tape, boo...
    how?

    I use liquid tape everywhere. On all my cards and also my Maximus IV Extreme without any problems.

    Liquid Tape + Armaflex is my way to go. Perfect electrical insulation and Armaflex provides a good thermal insulation.

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    It was my fault, I put a lot on and tilted the board up so it would get under the chip-set coolers, well it got into my socket and I could nt get my cpu out and It was a mess.
    Same thing happened to my 775 board but it didnt hurt it.

    Is it possible to melt the liquid tape out of the socket area with out hurting the board?
    Last edited by batlecryawesome; 12-26-2011 at 11:08 AM.
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    I don't think it's possible to melt it as liquid tape is dissolver based and the dissolver went away when drying it...

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    Ten 4 thanks.
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